Mark Gotham graduated from the University of Oxford with the Gibbs Prize for the highest-ranking first class degree awarded in music. Since then, he has gained a master's degree in composition from the Royal Northern College of Music (with the support of a full scholarship from the Arts and Humanities Research Council) and pursued a richly-varied freelance career. He has held the McCann Research Fellowship at the Royal Academy of Music, worked as a composer assistant for the Royal Opera House, and held choral posts including a lay clerkship a Ely Cathedral.
He is now working on a PhD at the University of Cambridge concerning the theory and analysis of metrical structures in music and has recently been appointed Artist By-Fellow and Director of Music Making at Churchill College. Mark also continues to keep up his professional activity as a freelance composer and conductor. Recent highlights include publication of his choral music, and conducting members of the London Symphony Orchestra.
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